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Mixalberto

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Unknown Person.jpg
Society
Nationality Flag-Spain.jpg Spanish
National rank 543
Date of birth 30th November 2008 - Day 376
Residence Canary Islands, Spain
Political party Nueva Espana Liberal
Politics
President of Spain
6 August 2009 – 13 August 2009
Minister of Communication of Spain
5 July 2009 – 5 August 2009
Vice minister of Communication of Spain
5 June 2009 – 5 July 2009
Minister of Culture of Spain
5 January 2009 – 5 February 2009
Vice minister of Culture of Spain
5 April 2009 – 5 May 2009
Party president of Ciudadanos por Valencia
15 April 2009 – 15 May 2009
Vice president of Ciudadanos por Valencia
15 December 2008 – 15 April 2009
Military
Military unit Spain
Military rank Icon rank Colonel.png Colonel
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman

Mixalberto is a citizen of Spain. He started his political career in Nueva Espana Liberal, and then with Blas de Lezo founded Ciudadanos por Valencia.

He was first Vice president of Ciudadanos por Valencia, founded on December 15, 2008. Now he's its Party president.

In January 2009, he became Minister of Culture in Spain with Ciudadanos por Valencia, in alliance with Nueva Espana Liberal. He worked with Bernat Fenollar, from Ciudadanos y Democracia, who was Vice Minister.

In April 2009, he became Vice Minister of Culture with Alvoske -its Minister- proposed by Nueva Espana Liberal in alliance with Partido Otaku Nippon.

Then he moved to the Nueva España Liberal party.

In May 2009, he was Vice Minister of Communication with Gen, in the triumvirate government (a political union in order to deffend eSpain against the Hungarian TakeOver).

In July 2009, he became Minister of Communication of eSpain. Then, he founded the Technology and Design Institute of eSpain, becoming its Codirector.

On August 6th he was elected as Spain President. In August 13th, he resigned from his post of president.

He's been twice on the News Top 1 of Spain, once at Top 2, and once at Top 5.